Programming Languages

commonly used features in a side-by-side format

Scripting Languages I: Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby
Scripting Languages II: Perl, Lua, Groovy
GUI Scripting: JavaScript, Smalltalk, Tcl, AutoHotkey
Command Line Interpreters: POSIX Shell, Cmd.exe, PowerShell
Forth and PostScript: Forth, PostScript
Prolog, Erlang, Elixir:                             Prolog, Erlang, Elixir
Lisp Dialects: Common Lisp, Racket, Clojure, Emacs Lisp
C and Go: C, Go
OO C Style Languages: C++, Objective-C, Java, C#
Rust, Swift, Scala: Rust, Swift, Scala
TypeScript, Dart: TypeScript, Dart
Pascal Style Languages: Pascal, Ada, PL/pgSQL
ML Dialects and Haskell: SML, OCaml, F#, Haskell
Numerical Analysis & Statistics: MATLAB, R, NumPy, Julia
Computer Algebra Software I: Mathematica, SymPy, Sage, Maxima
Computer Algebra Software II: Pari/GP, Magma, GAP, Singular
Gnuplot and GLPK: Gnuplot, GLPK
Fortran and APL: Fortran, APL

Programming Tools

Unix Shells: Bash, Fish, Ksh, Tcsh, Zsh
Text Mode Editors: Vim, Emacs, Nano
Version Control: Git, Mercurial
Build Tools: Make, Rake, Ant, Gradle
Terminal Multiplexers:                           Screen, Tmux
Relational Databases: PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite
Relational Data and JSON Tools: SQL, Awk, Pig, Jq
Lightweight Markup: Markdown, reStructuredText, MediaWiki, AsciiDoc, Org-mode
2D Vector Graphics: PostScript, SVG, ImageMagick


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